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Remote teaching at lectures for more than 50 students

From 17 January, the University will have part of the teaching digitally. These are teaching occasions where there are more than 50 students at the same lecture.

The Government and the Public Health Agency of Sweden recommend that universities, as far as possible, have teaching and examinations on campus with preventive infection control measures. Distance education can be used as a tool to get more space between people in the teaching premises. The university will therefore give lectures for more than 50 people digitally until 20 February. On the schedule in TimeEdit you can see what applies for you. Examinations are still conducted on campus with preventive infection control measures.

- After consultation with the Infection Control Doctor, we have decided to work this way for a period of time. In this way, we want to contribute to reducing the risk of the spread of infection on campus and in the society, says the Lars Niklasson, Vice-Chancellor.

On campus, there are a number of preventive infection control measures to make the study environment as "covid-19-safe" as possible. The furniture has been placed further apart, there is plexiglass at the receptions and opportunity to chat online with staff at both the library and student support. There are also hygiene stations around the campus with access to hand sanitiser and face masks. But most important of all, we do it together. Keep your distance and follow the recommendations.

Take care and welcome to the spring semester!

On the Public Health Agency's website, you can read about the recommendations and advice that apply.

Published: 1/12/2022